I picked this up on EBay a few weeks ago. Pictures were not great, and the clock was in worse condition than I expected, however I didn't pay very much for it. The movement of this clock seems decent enough and the case has an interesting stamped leather back that I've never seen, but I suspect this wasn't an expensive clock - the dial is very flimsy. I replaced the broken weight cord, disassembled and cleaned the movement (a beginner at this - this was a very easy clock to work on being time only and weight-driven), and it's running now. I also tapped out the large dents in the pendulum bob, but it still looks a bit wavy (the weight and movement have clearly fallen a couple times). I actually think it would look better a bit more tarnished as it would be less reflective. Is there any way to intentionally tarnish the bob? I think this will be the first clock I will attempt to sell after refurbishing to the best of my ability.